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  • Ten Bands One Cause
    The second annual pink vinyl program Ten Bands One Cause launch announcement
    Red Distribution has announced it is set to release the second annual run oflimited edition copies of pink vinyl on September 29th. This year’s featured artists include Run The Jewels, Sturgill Simpson, Ingrid Michaelson, Joey Bada$$,...
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    A toxin from Salmonid fish may help treat cancer
    Remedies in nature that can potentially help beat cancer are constantly being investigated. Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg reported on July 24, 2015, a toxin from Salmonid fish has the potential for cancer treatment. Scientists from the...
  • LeAnn Edmonds Horton: Sad death brings people together, battle with cancer over
    LeAnn Edmonds Horton death: Drama among 'RHOC' cast paused over loss to cancer
    In sad news this week, LeAnn Edmonds Horton has passed away after losing her battle with cancer. Horton is the past wife of Jim Edmonds, who is currently married to Meghan King Edmonds of “The Real Housewives of Orange County” (&ldquo...
  • Glorious broccoli
    Benefits of Cruciferous vegetables
    What are these nutritious veggies? They include broccoli, cauliflower, brussel sprouts, cabbage and others, including gardencress and mustard. If you don't like one of them, eat the others. They all have varying degrees of a tumor suppressing...
  • Mars
    Mars square Uranus: unexpected, sometimes drastic change
    As we approach the weekend Mars is moving toward a square to Uranus, becoming exact July 25-26. This energy however, will be apparent both before and after this date.Mars/Uranus squares typically deal with unexpected situations often seem to come...
  • Yoga and breast cancer
    Yoga lowers depression in those recovering from breast cancer
    Women with operable breast cancer preparing for surgery and undergoing treatment after surgery can reduce their depression by practicing yoga, according to new research published in the Indian Journal of Palliative Care.Depression is a common...
  • Genetic research
    Chemist adds new letters to genetic code but will it spell boom or doom
    It almost sounds like the plot of a real life Jurassic World movie, but in newly published research genetic chemist Steven Benner and his team at the Foundation for Applied Molecular Genetics are proposing rewriting life’s genetic code by...
  • Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX)
    Ted Cruz cites his grandmother's death from Alzheimer's to support disease cures
    Proving that sometimes Congress can work, the House passed a bill called the 21st Century Cures Act by an overwhelming, bi-partisan margin, according to a Monday story in the Atlantic. The bill would infuse nearly $9 billion dollars over the next...
  • Nintendo President and CEO Satoru Iwata passes away at 55
    President and CEO of Nintendo, Satoru Iwata, has passed away
    Nintendo officially announced July 12, 2015 that Satoru Iwata, President and CEO of Nintendo, passed away at the age of 55. Those familiar with Mr. Iwata’s health likely recall his first bout with the disease – a bile duct growth ...
  • A young woman staying active
    Spending leisure time sitting may increase the risk for some cancers
    The fear of being hit with cancer and having to fight this potentially deadly condition has prompted deep interests in ways to prevent cancer. Staying physically active seems to help in the war against cancer. The American Cancer Society reported...
  • Providence Hospital announces new mammogram technique  in Medford
    Providence Hospital announces new mammogram technique in Medford
    Leila J Eisenstein Breast Center located in Providence Hospital in Medford has helped many women over the years in not only identifying, but then treating breast cancer. A new technique of mammogram called Breast Tomosynthesis (shortened to Tomo)...
  • Doctor Farid Fata
    Farid Fata: Doctor 'diagnosed' hundreds with fake cancer in horrific fraud case
    Doctor Farid Fata will spend the next 45 years of his life removed from society – and the hundreds of individuals he intentionally misdiagnosed – for treating former patients like moneymakers and subjecting them to unnecessary chemo...
  • Colorectal Cancer Map.jpg
    Three areas of the US have higher colon cancer death rates
    Colorectal cancer is the second deadliest cancer in the United States. Only lung cancer kills more people.That’s the bad news. The good news is that the American Cancer Society reports that, “Colorectal cancer death rates have been...
  • Chris Squire
    'Yes' bassist Chris Squire succumbs to cancer
    Rolling Stone is reporting today, June 28, 2015 that the original bassist for the rock band ‘Yes,’ has passed away from a battle with cancer. USA Today is also reporting the passing of Chris Squire. He passed away on June 28 2015 at...
  • Lynn and Mary
    Losing a loved one
    We are all at the age when we are starting to lose the ones we love. It could be a mother; it could be a sister, brother or a father. It could be a dear friend or a pet.It just comes with the territory, losing the ones we love. As many of you know...
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